Create a 5 pages page paper that discusses changes in miami school district. The director of facilities for Miami school had a message for the community related to the proposed boundary changes. “Please do not look. We are changing.” This message set in motion the strategy by the district to inform parents about the construction of a new school and changes to boundaries.
Had it been for changes only to the physical structure of the school, nobody would have minded. But talk of redrawing the school boundaries normally entail not only construction of the additional school, but the sea change brought about by shifting and rearranging the entire school’s outlook including the seating arrangement and classmates the children are growing with.
Miami school district has been a wonderful place for children to learn and grow. Parents continue to choose Miami school because of the consistently good curricular system. This is what the parents want. For four times in a row Miami school has been cited as one of the 100 Best Communities for young people. Top notch school divisions attract students and the Miami school system has grown by about 1,000 students each year since 2005. Additional students require additional schools and attendance boundaries must be redrawn every time a new school opens.
However, parents hold different views. They are doubts that the redrawing of boundaries will impact the quality of education, increase travel time, adversely impact economic and cultural boundaries, impact property values, and have a social impact on the children.
The new school will have its own bus fleet. Hence, it will not adversely impact the time taken to travel to school. Also, to make the transition as easy as possible for the students, children will start classes on the first day of school with the same classmates and teacher as they will have at Miami school.